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By David Mesnick | December 7, 2017 | Blogs | Atlanta physical therapy, Balance Problems, core stability, core stabilization, dry needling, Lower back pain, manual therapy, OCS, orthopaedics, orthopedics, outpatient Physical Therapy, physical therapy, PT, Sam Kridl, sports injury prevention, sports medicine | 2 | Leave a comment |
By David Mesnick | August 26, 2016 | Blogs, Sports Health Tips | best running shoes, OCS, orthopaedics, outpatient Physical Therapy, sports injury prevention, sports medicine | Like | Leave a comment |
There are thousands of different brands, models, styles, colors of running shoes to choose from these days. So how do you decide which one is best for you? The good news is that shoe developers have now created running shoes for all shapes, sizes, and strides. There are a number of factors that depict which shoe is the best fit for you.
By David Mesnick | March 17, 2016 | Blogs, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction - SI | Anatomy, core stabilization, injuries, LBP, Low back pain, Lower back pain, manual therapy, OCS, orthopaedics, orthopedics, Pelvic pain, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, sacrum, SI Joint, spinal manipulation, sports medicine | Like | Leave a comment |
Anatomy and physiology of the sacroiliac joints
The sacroiliac joint, abbreviated as “SI” joint, is a connection of two bones just below the lumbar vertebrae (your lower back). This joint is composed of the sacrum and ilium bones. Just as the keystone in a masonry arch serves to maintain the structural integrity of doorways and ceilings,
By David Mesnick | January 6, 2016 | Blogs, Sports Health Tips | corporate Physical Therapy, dry needling, manual therapy, OCS, orthopaedics, orthopedics, out of network PT, outpatient Physical Therapy, physical therapy, physical therapy types, Private practice Physical Therapy, spinal manipulation, sports medicine | Like | 1 Comment |
Understanding the Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapy Marketplace by, David Mesnick, PT, OCS, cMDT
As patient financial responsibility continues to rise, now more than ever consumers in the health care market are looking for the best value for their dollars spent on physical therapy.
Outpatient orthopedic physical therapy is a sub-specialty within the profession that also includes care for pediatrics,
By David Mesnick | September 4, 2015 | Blogs, Sports Health Tips, Sports Injury Prevention | best running shoes, OCS, orthopaedics, orthopedics, outpatient Physical Therapy, running, running shoes, sports injury prevention, sports medicine | 1 | Leave a comment |
In an effort to promote wellness we have compiled a list of the best shoes of 2016. Below you will find David’s best shoe selections for 2016.
Asics – Gel Nimbus, Cumulus, Kayano
Brooks – Ghost, Glycerin
Saucony – Ride
Addidas – Boost (three models of Boost but all are good)